The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see if you could jetset from one international art hub to the next.
Felix Gonzales-Torres, Untitled (USA Today), 1990, candies individually wrapped in red, silver, and blue cellophane, endless supply, dimensions vary with installation. On view through May 18 at the Hammer Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, California.
Joseph Wright, A Lighthouse on Fire in the Night, 1790, oil on canvas, height 36.2cm, width 50.8cm. On view indefinitely at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambrige, United Kingdom.
Constantin Brancusi, Yellow Bird, 1919, yellow marble, limestone, and oak, 138 1/8 x 15 1/2 in. On view indefinitely at the Yale University Museum of Art, New Haven, Conneticut.
David Milne, Untitled, 1931, oil on canvas. On view indefinitely at the University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto, Canada.
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